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mistake me, I have never been refused.—Yet I have gone half a dozen times to the house to ask for it, and come away without speaking——you must guess why—Besides, I wish to avoid hearing of the eternal projects to which you have sacrificed my peace—not remembering—but I will be silent for ever.——


April 7.

Here I am at H——, on the wing towards you, and I write now, only to tell you, that you may expect me in the course of three or four days; for

I shall